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American country singer Sarah Darling is set to play in Norwich soon

PUBLISHED: 14:39 04 March 2018 | UPDATED: 14:39 04 March 2018

American country singer Sarah Darling. Photo: Republic Media

American country singer Sarah Darling. Photo: Republic Media

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Sarah Darling, with support from Kiol and Lisa Redford, is set to headline the Waterfront Studio on March 15.

Sarah Darling tour poster. Photo: Courtesy of UEA Box OfficeSarah Darling tour poster. Photo: Courtesy of UEA Box Office

Following her opening slots for chart toppers Ward Thomas, touring the UK with her own “Night in Nashville” shows, and performing at the Country to Country music festival, Sarah Darling is set to embark on her biggest UK headline tour to date.

On this 12 show tour she will be performing songs from her three studio albums – including the acclaimed 2017 release ‘Dream Country’, which was named album of the year by ‘Your Life In A Song’, and previewing songs from her forthcoming 2018 album.

“I am so excited to return to the UK for a release party of sorts!” Sarah explains about the tour.

“My newest single was released on March 2nd, and I cannot wait to celebrate with my UK fans.”

Sarah previewed some new material from the upcoming album during her sold out Christmas concert at St Pancras’ Church last December.

It was here that she revealed she has been working with Mark Bright, the producer responsible for some of the greatest country albums by Carrie Underwood and Reba McEntire among many others.

“Honeyed vocals which are just simply clear-as-a-mountain-stream beautiful” and “Dream Country is effortlessly one of the highlight albums of 2017 “ are amoung some of the reviews that Sarah Darling has recieved from music critics The Crack and Music News.

Tickets for the show in Norwich are available from the UEA Box Office for £14 advance.


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